Isaiah For You
Isaiah can seem intimidating. It’s a big book covering an extended timescale, full of unfamiliar names and places. You may be familiar with Isaiah’s vision of God’s holiness in chapter 6 or his description of the cross in chapter 53. But large sections can feel like alien territory.
But the book of Isaiah is full of good news. Forming a kind of bridge between the Old Testament and the New Testament, Isaiah enlarges our view of God, sharpens our understanding of salvation, and illuminates our Bible reading. It points forward to Jesus and fuels our vision for the church and our mission. This is good news worth shouting about!
This expository guide by pastor and author Tim Chester takes you verse by verse through the text in a digestible and applied way. Each chapter focuses on a key text and shows how its themes play out in the surrounding passages, helping you to drill down into the details while also seeing the big picture. You’ll find ideas and challenges for application throughout, plus a helpful glossary at the back.
It is less academic than a traditional commentary and includes lots of applications. It can be read from cover to cover, used in personal devotions, used to lead small group studies, or used for sermon preparation.
Table of Contents
1. God Reveals His Holiness (Isaiah 1 – 6)
2. God Promises His Presence (7:1 – 9:7)
3. God Anoints His King (9:8 – 12:6)
4. God Rules the Nations (13 – 23)
5. God Judges the Earth (24 – 27)
6. God Offers Us Rest (28 – 35)
7. God Hears Our Prayers (36 – 39)
8. The Coming of God (40 – 42)
9. The Victory of God (43 – 48)
10. The Suffering of God's Servant (49:1 – 52:12)
11. The Judgment of God's Servant (52:13 – 55:13)
12. The Light of God's Servants (56 – 60)
13. The Prayer of God's Servants (61 – 66)
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